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Redondo, Real Madrid legend, attacks referee!!!


Diario Ole has reported today that Fernando Redondo, former Real Madrid player, decided to hit, push, kick then insult the referee while playing an amateur match in Argentina!!!

Redondo's team were drawing 3-3 when the ex-Madrid player was booked with a yellow card. Suddenly, the midfielder went crazy (Pepe The Psycho style) and went for the poor referee who, as a result, spent several weeks in hospital.

- It seems as if the 'Real-Mandril' gene stays with players long after leaving El Bernabeu, making them unable to behave like simple humans, turning them into some sort of low-life organisms.

Or maybe Redondo was simply reacting to his frustration while watching Messi, Xavi, Iniesta and friends lifting the Champions League at Wembley... Who knows?

One thing is clear though: MADRID ARE PATHETIC!!!!!!!!

Comments

  1. Juan Cabanillas Marmolejo29.7.11

    Tipico.... Esos putos son tan brutos y bestias que se comportan como los cavernicolas que son.....

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  2. Carlos G. Vasquez29.7.11

    What do you it specte ....that something natural coming from a a real mean club.

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  3. Flores Denis29.7.11

    ‎1 thing is for sure .. That so called " soccer team" is bad for the sport we all love !!

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  4. Anonymous30.7.11

    Just like Messi was just hitting puberty when Redondo was winning Champions League (as El Capitan) for Madrid?

    You're PATHETIC.

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  5. Anonymous31.7.11

    Lol, this blog is pathetic

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  6. @Anonymous Madridistas above: Thank you for taking your time for commenting on this BARCA blog.

    Considering you are unable to leave your REAL name, I don't feel obliged to reply to you, but I'd say one thing:

    I understand it must be hard to see FCB winning every single trophy while you keep signing megastars like Coentrao or Canales, but you don't have to take it on us.

    Enjoy watching the Wembley 2011 Champions League highlights, you just need to click PLAY (the triangular button)

    PS: Actually, if you're good, I may even post a photo of Mourinho next time and dedicate it to you, so you can look at it at night, before bedtime.

    PS: Porque? Porque?

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